Bermuda Expatriate Organizations
There are a number of expatriate organizations in Bermuda. They provide great means to newcomers in Bermuda to meet with fellow expats and participate in social activities. Time to time, they organize get-togethers and other social events in Bermuda. Here is the list of expat organizations in Bermuda.
American Society of Bermuda
Founded in 1953, the organization has been active in the areas of enabling friendship among the US citizens or ex-citizens living in Bermuda, promoting friendly relationships between Bermudians and U.S Expats, celebrate some of the American National Holidays, and collaborate with the US Consul General to help disseminate information on legislation and other matters to the members. The society works on membership ($60 for couple). Phone: 441/291-3543. Email: [email protected]
International Women's Club Bermuda
They have been actively assisting women moving to Bermuda since 1981. If you are a woman relocating to Bermuda, they will help make your transition a lot easier. They have over 200 members. The club also organizes a host of activities such as art, yoga, tennis, badminton, golfing, walking tours, photography, books for reading etc. They usually hold a monthly coffee morning for the ladies to get together, socialize and meeting new friends. Email (further info for new islanders): [email protected]
American Ladies in Bermuda
Although from the name it appears that the organization is meant only for American ladies, it actually caters to ladies of all nationalities. It provides support and information to new comers and also does fund raising programs. It meets at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club on every third Sunday of a month. The club is located at Albuoys Point in Hamilton city. Call Gail Adcock at 441/236-6881 for further information.
Association of Canadians in Bermuda
This is an organization for expatriate Canadians. Canada day
celebration organized by the association is quite popular with the Canadian population in Bermuda. It also Provides useful information to Canadians living in Bermuda and those considering to move to Bermuda.
New Islanders group
This is a women's organization particularly for new residents of Bermuda. They organize monthly get-togethers for women to meet and participate in various sporting activities. Although it is affiliated with International American Women's Club, it is open to all. Call 441/293-0925 for more information.
Bermuda Newcomers Inter-varsity Club
This is a social and sporting club for the new residents of Bermuda. They meet every Tuesday evening at the Docksiders Pub in Hamilton City. Call 441/292-9018 for more information.
English Speaking Union
This is one of the oldest cultural organizations in Bermuda and was established in 1922 to promote friendship. It has close to 200 members. Located at The Cedars in Cedar Avenue, Hamilton.
Emerald Isle Society
This is a society mainly for the Irish nationals in Bermuda. They meet on every third Friday of a month. St. Patrick's day is always celebrated by them usually over an excellent 5-course dinner. They also bring in Irish entertainer for this event. Call 441/292-6889 for details.
Alliance Francaise en Bermudes
This is an organization for the French nationals. You can join even if you speak French. They have lots of activities in July 14 and also on some other days. Voice mail: 441/291 4758.
West Indian Association of Bermuda
This is a social organization for the Caribbean nationals living in Bermuda.
For Jamaicans living and working in Bermuda. Call 441/291-4398 for details.
This is an informal gathering of Spanish or Central/South American nationals in Bermuda. They meet on alternate Thursday evenings at Wesley Methodist Church Hall, Church Street, Hamilton.
Phone 441/295-7506 during day time or 441/238-0724 in the evening.
Caledonian Society of Bermuda
This is a Scottish society that organizes many events through out the year including Annual Burn's Dinner in January and St. Andrew's Ball in November.
Call 441/296-2671 for membership and other information.
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